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Old Mar 22, 2021, 03:11 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by Lupine View Post
Unless I've lost my mind, no. Here's the current layout: [C][D][Free Space]. Disk management doesn't provide for moving [D], so that the free space is next to [C]. So all I can do right now is expand [D], which isn't helpful. I need to expand [C]


Hmm, I'll have to look at that again. I thought it required booting from media rather than from within the OS.
I thought so long as the physical disk is the same it wouldn't care which letter you expended... probably just remembering that wrong.

You could expand D, robocopy C to D and switch them.... although that might cause it's own issues.
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